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What movies saved you this year? Did anything good come out of the suggestions that were filmed in confinement? How will cinema be after the epidemic? What movies do we want to watch now that we’re still mired in uncertainty and full of fear? We have been asking ourselves these questions and answering them for a year (and the rest), sometimes with stupidity that causes fatigue. And in a somewhat symbolic way, monsters this week have come to take them down. A few days ago ‘Godzilla vs. Kong ‘(2021), the fourth installment of the franchise opens with’ Godzilla ‘(2014). Although it is hasty to emphasize because it was shown in the US on Friday, the movie Adam Wingard It could become the highest profit in the pandemic. If so, this news will revive and refresh the conversation – already live and updated – about the situation in cinemas, the future of “blockbuster”, and the meaning of simultaneous premieres (in the US, “Godzilla vs. Kong” was released in theaters and on the HBO platform. Max) and other related issues. However, in this article I wasn’t interested in going into those parks like highlighting some of the things that the success of ‘Godzilla vs. Kong makes it very clear: How much are we lacking in entertainment cinema, and therefore, Our desire to march. This has been the year of sad and sad films. There are exceptions, of course, but you only need to look at titles that have slipped into award season to prove it. And when they weren’t sad or sad, we read them that way because it is we who feel sad and sad. Not even the “blockbuster movies” that greeted us after severe confinement made things easy for us: like it or not, Tenet (2020) It’s hard to break. Besides the industrial and economic implications of its success, ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ Highlights: Something that might sound silly but isn’t: The importance of entertainment as an end, not a means. Sadness and confusion bring with them a lot of contemplation. Hope more movies come like this one, as an enormously proud and proud reminder of the more fun dimension of cinema. In order not to lose the desire to march.
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